Mary L. Dydo, M.S., PA(ASCP)CM
Biographical Sketch | Interests | Current Research | Major Publications
Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
University of Iowa 2002-2006
Iowa City, IA
Master of Science in Pathologists’ Assistant Studies
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science 2006-2008
North Chicago, IL
Phone: (813) 974- 0536
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Following undergraduate studies at the University of Iowa, and
graduate studies at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and
Science, Mary began her Pathology career at Magee-Women's Hospital
of UPMC in Pittsburgh, PA. During her time in Pittsburgh she focused
primarily on the breast and gynecologic fields. In 2009, Mary joined
the University of South Florida’s Pathology and Cell Biology
Department to further pursue her interest in breast pathology.
In addition to her duties as the sole Pathologists’ Assistant at USF, Mary has dedicated her time to research, as well serving as the interim Pathology Residency and Fellowship Coordinator.
Mary currently resides in Carrollwood Village with her husband of three years, Christian. Together they enjoy traveling and spending time with their dogs, Tully and Utley.
Mary enjoys reading, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends. She has also served as a Big Sister through Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America.
American Society of Clinical Pathology
Multi-Institutional Neo-Adjuvant Therapy MammaPrint Project I.
Costanzo, E.S., Lutgendorf, S.K., Mattes, M.L., Trehan, S., Robinson, C.B., Tewfik, F., and Roman, S.L. (2007). “Adjusting to Life After Treatment: Distress and Quality of Life Following Treatment for Breast Cancer”. British Journal of Cancer 97, 1625-31.
Dydo M, Shutter J. “ER/PR and Her2/Neu Correlation between Immunohistochemistry and Gene Expression Profiling in Women with Invasive Breast Carcinoma”. Modern Pathology 2010; 23(2): 44A.